Traffic Ticket Attorney

School is Back in Session – Drive Safely!

What is the fine for passing a school bus in florida

School is back in session this week in Florida, which means that you will start to see the flashing yellows again when you drive through school zones.  The minimum ticket for speeding in a school zone is around $150, depending on where you drive, but it can increase sharply depending on how fast you are […]

Why Should You Fight a Red Light Camera Ticket?

This morning, The Ticket Clinic’s Ted Hollander appeared on CBS12 News in West Palm Beach discussing our favorite topic – red light cameras.  The tickets, which are issued to the car’s owner, not necessarily the driver, are unconstitutional and are merely a way for cities to increase revenue.  Check out the link above to see […]

How to Drive in the Rain

On this rainy South Florida day, we thought that all of our readers nationwide might benefit from some tips about how to drive in the rain: 1) Slow down. Yes, this is an obvious one.  But it is the most important.  When it rains the roads are slippery.  So slow down! 2) Turn on your […]

All About Parking Tickets

We are often asked about parking tickets: Will a parking ticket put points on my license?  Will they cause my insurance premiums to rise?  Here are some details about parking tickets to put inquiring minds at ease. Parking laws vary by city but generally, you have thirty days from the date you receive the ticket […]

What Happens If You Drive With Expired Tags

It is illegal in Florida to drive with expired registration tags on your vehicle.  If your tags have expired within the last six months, operating a motor vehicle with expired tags is a non-criminal minor traffic infraction.  However, if your tags have been expired for more than six months, you may face stiffer penalties.  A […]

What Is A Failure To Yield Ticket?

photo of a yield traffic sign

A citation for failure to yield is a non-criminal traffic citation.  Generally, these tickets are issued following an accident when one driver’s failure to yield to the other caused the collision. Here’s an Example: John, pulls out of a strip mall, colliding with Jane, who is driving on the road.  Jane has the right of […]

The Fight Against Red Light Cameras

Red light cameras are facing scrutiny nationwide as challengers highlight the fact that the cameras are merely a way for desperate cities to balance their budgets by bringing in revenue.  In fact, studies have shown an increase in rear-end collisions in intersections with red light cameras. Today, the matter is being heavily litigated in courtrooms all […]